The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 22, 1976 · Page 10
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Page Ten- Courier News, Blytheville, (Ark. (-Thursday, April 22,1976 Anita Bryant will be singing rather than cooking when she appears in Blytheville Friday night, April 30. Her concert has been designated Blytheville's Religious Bicentennial Presentation. Only about 90 tickets remain on sale at Plaza Drug, in Plaza Shopping Center. All seats are five dollars. The concert, being presented under the auspices of Blytheville's Alliance for Christian Renewal, an ecumenical lay group, will be held in First Baptist Church. Blytheville Junior Auxiliary members cover coat hangers as they prepare favors to be given in support of Mrs. Walker Milam's campaign at the national convention. Mrs. Milam is a candidate, for 'national treasurer. Other favors will be gingham flowers and gingham-covered tin-can banks, also made by Blytheville chapter members. (Courier News Photo) Convention Highlights Auxiliary Agenda Anita Bryant Cooks Too! "I have something very rare: a success/id career, a succesful marriage, and I'm happy as a wife and a mother," Anita Bryant, who comes to Blytheville for a concert next Friday night, has said. The Oklahoma girl, .who began her career as a singer in Tulsa, moved on to a regular spot on Arthur Godfrey's morning radio show, and then to Don McNeill's Breakfast Club following her selection as runner-up to Miss America, has been called "one of Oklahoma's best-known exports." She has been voted "Number One Female Recording Artist," has sung before presidents and kings, appeared for seven consecutive years on Bob Hope's annual holiday tour for the Armed Forces, has performed at National and Southern Governors' Conferences, Democratic and Republican conventions, has appeared during halftime ceremonies at the Orange Bowl and Super Bowl, and in a wide range of television shows. Her awards and titles include being named to the Oklahoma Hall of Fame, chairwpman of Freedoms Roll Call at Freedoms Foundation in Valley Forge, the USO 25th anniversary Silver Medallion Award, and she is the youngest individual and only female entertainer to ever receive the " G u a r d s m a n A w a r d , " presented by the National Guard for the most outstanding service by an entertainer in e n t e r t a i n i n g servicemen throughout the world. But basically, she is still the "girl next door" whose life is closely entwined with that of her husband and four children. Anita married former Miami broadcasting personality Bob Green in I960. He is not her manager. The Greens are the parents of Robert Jr., 12, Gloria 3 green onions and tops, thinly Wash spinach and tear off Lynn, 11, and seven-year-old sliced stems; pat dry and tear into 5 slices bacon, diced and bite-size pieces in bowl. Add twins, William Bryant and Barbara Elisabet. They are active members of Northwest Baptist Church, where a Sunday School class of 10-year-old girls Anita teaches and Bob is an ordained deacon and teaches nine-year-old boys. Their Spanish home. "Villa Verde," overlooks Biscayne me san cheese cooked, crisp 2 tablespoons vinegar l teaspoon sugar Course ground pepper l tablespoon lemon juice one-half teaspoon salt one-fourth cup grated Par- Bay in Miami Beach, where Anita can pursue her hobbies of cooking, needlepoint, rose and orchid growing, playing tennis and also where they indulge in their favorite sport, fishing. In addition to chalking up three gold (million seller) records she has written four best-selling books two of which were co-authored with lier husband. Her enjoyment of cooking led to "Bless This Food, the Anita Bryant Family Cookbook," published in 1975 by Doubleday. Two of her recipes, Florida Citrus Cake and Wilted Spinach Salad, are in "More Remarkable Recipes," written by Mrs. Mark O. Hatfield, wife of the Oregon senator. Florida Citrus Cake 4 eggs 1 package yellow cake mix 1 package instant lemon pudding three-fourths cup water three-fourths cup vegetable oil Put all ingredients in the mixer at once and beat well. Pour into a greased tube pan. Bake 30 minutes or until done, at 325 degrees. Ice cake while l hard-cooked egg, chopped onions and sprinkle liberally with pepper; cover with foil and chill thoroughly. At serving time, fry bacon, add vinegar, lemon jyice, sugar and salt; add spinach mixture and toss just until leaves are coated and slightly wilted. Sprinkle with Parmesan cheese and hard- boiled egg. Plans concerning the National Junior Auxiliary Convention were made when the Blytheville chapter held a meeting last Tuesday. Seven hundred delegates from 64 chapters are expected to attend the convention at the Holiday Inn Rivermont in Memphis. Mrs. Nick Patterson of the Blytheville chapter will be a panelist at the finance workshop and the chapter will display its Bicentennial enrichment program, which has been presented monthly at Blytheville elementary schools. Mrs. James W, Boren Jr. is chairman of the display for the convention and Mrs. Jim Ellis and Mrs. William Lynn are in charge of the chapter's fun- night contributions. Tickets on Sale Here For Memphis Home Tour Mrs. Brown Attends Environmental Congress Mrs. Eugene Brown, chair- Governor Pryor addressed man of the. Blytheville Bicen- the noon luncheon and Mrs. tennial The Memphis Opera Theater Guild's tour of homes Saturday and Sunday ranges from Victorian Village to River Oaks and offers a wide variety of architecture. Decorator Jimmy Graham will open his shop and Victorian townhouse, located across from the Fontaine House. At the stately Georgian home of Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Garrott, more of Graham's interior designs and boutique door prizes will be seen. Color is the highlight of the New Orleans colonial home of Mrs. Thomas Farnsworth Jr., decorated by Margaret Van Landingham. The country French home of Mr. and Mrs. Steel Dollahite was also decorated by Ms. Landingham. The tour is the principal money-making project for the Guild this year. Tickets in Blytheville are Available from Bill Boyd at Central School, 763^485. Commission, was among approximately 250 Arkansas residents attending the Arkansas Bicentennial Environmental Congress in Little Rock yesterday. Invitations were issued by the governor's office for the conference which was held at the Little Rock Convention Center. Theme of the program was "Quality of Life in Arkansas" and stressed individual quality of life, Mrs. Brown stated. Carolyn Pollan, Arkansas state representative from Fort Smith, was mistress of ceremonies. Also speaking during the day were Lt. Gov. Joe Purcell, chairman of the Arkansas R e v o l u t i o n B i c e n t e n n i a l Committee, and Frank Smith of Blytheville, chairman of the A r k a n s a s E c o n o m i c Development Study Commission. Party Honors Miss Vowett, Fiance A punch party Friday night in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Burns was a compliment to Miss Melinda Jane Vowell and her fiance, Gerald Dennis Miller of Jonesboro. Red roses in a crystal bowl centered the polished serving town guests were Mr. and Mrs. -igle crystal Stephen Ray Burns of D E A R P O L L Y -- W h e n holders. Appointments were in Southaven, Miss, still hot, with one and a half cup kneading bread of preparing crystal and silver. Mrs. Joseph powdered sugar, two pastries-. I put the excess flour L. Burns served, assisted by tablespoons butter and one- and small bits of dough in a third cup concentrated orange plastic container and have this juice. Let cool. Then take out of to use for thickening gravy, pan. Otherwise this would be thrown Anlla Bryant's Wilted away, since one would not want Spinach Salad to put it back with the fresh 1 pound fresh spinach flour.--METTA. Prtlk/'c P/lintoro table and were flanked by white rony s roi mere candles in single crysta , Carolyn Susan Burns and John accented with a white candle Leon Burns. and bride and groom Among the 31 guests at- arrangement, tending were the bride-elect's Miss Vowell wore a cotton parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack pantsuit in off-white with red Vowell, and her sister, Miss cotton blouse. Her corsage was Jackie Vowell of Fort of red roses. Lauderdale, Fla. Other out-of- The hosts' gift was a guest book with pen. The couple will marry on Saturday, June 12 at First Baptist Church in Blytheville. Michael Edward registered guests at Burns table MAltcToPERATEO THEATRES - BARGAIN NIGHT EVERY TUES ADULTS - I 25 LAST 3 DAYS! music unlimited OWNERS: CHARLIE AND DIANA WEIDMAN Regfetor for Fro Prim IDmhq *9I N M tat., tf. H) 1. Ml|nm TV t. 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Members also voted to make a donation to the Bicentennial poster contest, and will give an honorarium to Blytheville Public Library in appreciation of the painting contributed to the chapter by Jane Heggen, a non-resident member who lives in Shreveport. Members will be selling balloons and will sponsor a picture-taking booth for children at the Bicentennial Country Fair in Walker Park May 7-9. Mrs. Harold Edwards presided at the meeting and turned over her gavel to Mrs. Charles Weidman, who will serve as president during the 1976-77 term. AAUWCA'S M/OR/TE PIZZA r Memphis, T.nn. Wot Mwnphii, Ark. 1650 Sh.lby Driv. 'h°«* MA-4710 3B80 Lomor MUHU 36S-S993 5359 Winehertw "hoo. 794-2130 I «J Shopping Wo? * 735.4793 Blylh»vlll., Ark. 1035 Eoif Main .Phon* 7634340 DAILY LUNCH BUFFET 11 A.M. TO 1 P.M. 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